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that has to happen... is question seven. >> live, local, late breaking. you are watching wbal tv 11 at 5:00 p.m. with stan stovall, donald hamilton, tom tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering the news where you live. >> whoo! [cheering] >> right now, in the countdown to the november election, same- sex marriage is quickly becoming one of the most polarizing issues on the ballot. its bird a controversial decision -- it spurred a controversial decision from dow your debts university in washington. >> some students from the university of maryland have been rallying in support of same-sex marriage. we are kicking off our commitment 2012 coverage. >> the voter registration deadline is just five days away and this rally was all about getting students registered and motivated to vote yes to same- sex marriage. >> first step is getting registered. the second step is making sure they know which way to vote on the issue. know if we get hundreds of students at the polls, the vast majority will be voting for our party. >> this election is huge. and has implications for a number of things that we are r
a custom. don't worry. tickets will be honored in november. we have a u local challenge. go to wbaltv.com and click on u local. >> the first presidential debate -- mitt romney and president obama go head-to-head tonight at 9:00 right here. we are outside the ritchie center in colorado where the showdown will take place. >> good evening. when this debate starts here tonight at the university of denver, moderator jim lehrer will ban clapping. so, he says, we as america can concentrate on what the candidates are saying. >> i have made up my mind, but i would still like to see both of the candidates sweat a little bit. >> president obama was relaxed this week. mitt romney, too, but he knows he has to change perceptions tonight. more voters see romney negatively than positively, and that loses elections. >> only two presidential candidates in the last 20 years have had a net negative image at this point and one of them lost, george h. w. bush, ann romney needs to improve that dynamic. >> romney got good news from three battlegrounds. in florida, he is down only by one. . still way behind i
is undergoing big changes from its all local retell character that it started with. the sale will likely continue that transition to a retail center with nationally known brands. harborplace has been owned by the same company since 2004. that is being sold to a firm from new york. general growth began bit more of a mall feel with big national retailers and restaurant operators. the new owner has brought other urban retailers. on its website, the firm says it looks for properties with the potential for increasing cash flow and residual value. the deal did not include the building across the street that houses the gallery. they have announced plans recently to put in a hotel as well as wine and cheese shops that would cater to local residents. the mayor called it a good fit for harborplace. >> 11 news has confirmed northrop grumman is shedding of to 350 employees. the company says there is a voluntary separation program for employees by early next year. most of the eliminations will involve managers and directions, with some of the reduction including non management employees as well. not
than 50 seasons on the job. >> a live report. >> live, local, latebreaking. your insta-weather-plus forecast with tom tasselmyer. >> a baltimore county business is the scene of two murders since july. >> recently, a bouncer was fatally stabbed. it happened will turn to break up a fight. >> liquor license commissioners in baltimore county have decided that they can keep its license in place, not even handing down a suspension. finance honor just $2,000 because of security issues -- fining its owner just $2,000 because of security issues. >> i really thought the we have made our case that we were concerned for the safety of the neighborhood. i am disappointed. >> neighbors react to the baltimore county board of liquor license commissioners decision to find the board -- $40,000 after a security guard is stabbed to death trying to break up -- -- find it to thousand dollars after a security guard is stabbed to death trying to break up a fight. police testified that security cameras in the board did not work and the suspect in the stabbing was never patted down by security wh
... is question seven. >> live. local. late-breaking. this is wbal-tv 11 news at 5 with stan stovall and donna hamilton, or insta-weather + forecast with tom tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering breaking news relive. wbal-tv 11 news at 5 continues now. >> she fled following allegations she abuse of elderly nursing-home patient. tonight, she's back in baltimore city. she is facing abuse of a vulnerable adults and other charges. >> of starting with the release of a disturbing video that had been set up by the victim's daughter. barry simms joins us live from mitchell courthouse downtown. >> the original trial was set to begin in august 2007, but she had disappeared. now, after pleading not guilty, her trial will begin in december. >> when jackie taylor said those words, she wondered if the woman accused would ever face charges. five years later, she will go before a judge in baltimore city courtroom. what she sat in my dining room every day and supposedly read the bible. >> this led to a grand jury indictment accusing her of abusing a vulnerable adults, assault, reckless endangerment. she is cha
, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approve this message. >> live, local, late breaking. you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. with stan stovall and donna hamilton, your insta-weather plus forecast with the chief meteorologist, tassel minor -- tom tasselmyer. >> right now at 5:30, city residents allegedly overcharged for their water bills. if you are one of those people, your bill could be at the center of a lawsuit. >> it is part of an effort to force officials to request delinquent bills from customers. >> the city is collecting from individuals, even taking their homes if they do not pay, despite longstanding problems with the billing sees some -- system. they are not being forced to pay -- large companies are not being forced to pay. he says that is unfair. >> its forces the elected officials to do their job. >> frank conway says the floodgates are about to open. he recently filed a class action lawsuit against the city. a letter to the city solicitor claims negligence, failure to perform official duties, denial of equal protection, and denial of due
, it provides reimbursement to governors and local jurisdictions for their extraordinary costs. >> the cost are expected to be in the billions. >> tomorrow the president will head to new jersey to tour the damage was governor christie. >> when you look at all the damage to the north of us, we actually made out pretty well. >> that is the difference in being on the north side of the storms and being on the southside. new jersey, long island, new york, they were on the northside coming off the ocean and the winds and the surge were stronger. we still have to deal with some cleanup. it gives you a feel for how broad the storms are and the impact. i wanted to look at the wind gusts across the area. these are some of the amazing when gusts that were associated with this storm as it rolled in. 90 miles an hour, just imagine that. atlantic city, 77. down at ocean city, hurricane force wind gusts. at bwi marshall, the highest wind gust was at 60 miles an hour. up in atlantic city and york they were out of the east and northeast, so they were really getting pounded. some shower still lingering in ou
site had to be activated. a close presidential race, several statewide ballot quests, and local issues are credited for the huge turnout. voters are setting the course of the direction the state will take four years to come here e.ain > >> i think it is huge. not just the normal votes, but all the amendment items and stuff like that. at the administration building, believe it or not there was a line, fairly long line just a few moments ago. the line is moving quickly. the polls will open an -- stay open until 9:00 this evening and open tomorrow, and early voting will end november 2. wbal-tv 11 news. >> now, your 11 insta-weather- plus forecast with tom tasselmire. >> a few sprinkles on hd doppler, but overall a drier weather pattern. chilly temperatures around our region. cold and wind to reach across the western part of the state. -- wintry across the western part of the state. if you're traveling that way, prepare on wintry conditions. roads probably holding out ok, but a lot of power out because of the heavy snow. there is a winter weather advisory out for garrett county and parts o
earthquake, today's drill is something local schools are taking much more seriously. >> this morning there was a special drill here at thomas johnson elementary and middle school. with the number of earthquakes on the east coast and the south increasing in the past few years, the mayor's office of emergency management loyd to make sure school children knew what to do in the event of an earthquake here. >> it is important that schools are aware of the emergency protocols in terms of how to react when a crisis happens. >> i never thought we would have an earthquake and we had won a little over a year ago, so it is important to have this. >> there'll be an announcement on the intercom that tells you that the drill is starting. >> dana dodd rehearsed with her third grade students what to do when the earthquake drill started. then at 10:18 this morning, it happened. >> right now, drop, cover, and hold on. take cover under something sturdy to protect yourself from of dix that may be thrown across the room. if you cannot get under something, protect your head and neck with your arms. >> whe
or inappropriate. >> we did not do the job we should have. we are profoundly sorry for that. >> locally, the council ceo says there has been an intense focus on safety for years. training for youth protection is mandatory for all adults. the scouts are taught to resist and report immediately. there is a policy that requires at least two leaders with the scouts at all times. >> if we found a leader alone with a scout, they would be removed immediately. not tomorrow, today. not today, this hour. >> experts say keeping kids safe is not a -- just up to the organization. parents should be involved in any program their children are part of. >> you need to look around and ask tough questions to whoever is running the program. if you are not comfortable with the answers, you should press the program or take your child elsewhere. >> be vigilant of anyone who wants to spend extra time with your child outside of the program time. >> if there is someone who likes to give more than you do, maybe you should question why you are leaving them alone with your child. >> if someone reports abuse, the firs
offenders. >> in tonight's medical alert -- a warning from federal, state, local officials. while it seems like something that used to happen, lead poisoning is a major threat to the safety of children in the u.s.. they are working to make sure every family knows there are steps they can take to reduce exposure to lead. most of portly, new guidelines drastically lower the acceptably -- the acceptable levels of lead. the zero is the level because of the long-term damage it can cause. the damage races from learning disabilities to,, devotion, and even death in severe cases. lead poisoning awareness advocates are pushing for more funding for the program. there have been a number of studies about how pets reduce your health -- increase your health by increasing opportunities for exercise and lowering blood pressure. one of the most popular therapist at mount washington pediatric hospital has a tale that never stopped wagging and he makes a big difference for patients. >> at mount washington pediatric hospital, he's working hard to walk. every step is tough for the three-year old with servile p
animals including a pig and snakes are taken from my and snakes are taken from my home >> live, local, late braking. you're watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:30 with stan stovall, donna hamilton, tim tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering breaking news where you live. >> this pig is one of 40 animals taken from the house in pasadena by animal control. they seized the animals because they were not being cared for properly. "the man who runs the animals had a different story to tell. they say most were rescued and they were well cared for. but rob roblin has the story. >> they came back last weekend they seized for the animals. these are just some of the animals taken by anne arundel county, a pig, three snakes, the birds come dogs, chickens, and goats. animal control says there are not taken care of. >> those that did have access to fresh fruit and water had very little. those who did not, it was not palatable to drink from. >> most of the animals were rescued. >> was neglecting them? no. was it too much for me? absolutely. i was nonstop taking care of these animals and my neighbors would te
. they wear a lot of feathers. i can do something bigger and better. >> this local teen took that inspiration and ran with it. her business is lending her national attention. national attention. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6. >> a high-school student from baltimore is headed for national and to prepare -- entrepreneur competition. >> it is taking off from there. >> she is hard at work on her business. >> i got my inspiration by americans. i can do something bigger and better. and transform into an earring. >> she started hearings are me last year as part of her network for teaching entrepreneurship class. >> the students are
send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore. >> live, local, latebreaking. you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. >> state police are calling it an increase in enforcement, a jump in patrol cars lining the roads looking for anything illegal, in particular, impress it -- impaired driving. >> project so low is happening from now until christmas. rob roblin joins us with the latest on project solo. >> it is not just a police taking part, it is police jurisdictions throughout the state that will be of patrolling, beginning tomorrow. they will be out in force. it is quite simple. if you drive drunk, your going to get arrested. starting tomorrow, you will be seeing a lot more police officers on bellaire road. they have seen lots of crashes there that are alcohol-related. this is an ongoing problem with this stretch of roadway. it is more prevalent on friday or saturday night, but we see it at all hours of the day and even during the week nights. >> in the state of maryland in 2010, there were 22,604 drivers arrested for driving under the infl
fraud is one of the largest of its kind in medical history. officials from state, local, and federal troops have been -- the health and human services secretary said officials are working on making it harder for crux to submit fraudulent claims. they're looking at a tougher procedures for buyers and suppliers that want to participate. >> fraud not only rob's taxpayers, but also jeopardize the future of the programs that more than 100 million americans depend on every day. the new penalties reflect the seriousness of the crime, dictating sentences of between 20 and 50 years for the largest offenses. gosh the department of health and human services have began a systematic review of the buyers and suppliers that has led to nearly 20,000 of them being deactivated. it uncovered schemes in seven cities including brooklyn, dallas, houston, plus angeles, and miami. >> from big bird of big business, the presidential debates as the republican whetting some pretty strong reviews. >> but the fight is not over. last night's debate could impact the november election. >> just how has the baltimore
concern, it could be in a little girls pirate costume in a little girls pirate costume >> live, local, late-breaking. you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. >> 10 years ago today, a family of seven was tragically murdered for speaking out against drug dealers in their community. the dolphin family, a mother, father, and their five children -- the dawson family perished when their home was firebombed. >> 10 years later, it is still going strong. lisa robinson is live at the scene in east baltimore, where a memorial is about to take place. >> the city just finished up for the tent-year memorial. the dawson family may be gone, but they are kept alive in a special place in this community. >> students are heading into the dawson family safe haven program. >> the center opened in 2007 with city housing spending $1.20 million to demolish the burned out home and build the center. on october 16, 2002, there'll brooks kicked in at their door, doused the house and gasoline, and set the house on fire, killing angela dawson, her husband, and their five kids. >> to come up and nominal -- mem
guard. local jurisdictions have been in planning meetings all day. >> storm preparedness starts at home. this san derrin, for example, is for fell's point residents -- this sand dune, for example, is for fell's point residents. hurricane sandy, the super storm, it has lots of names, but one devastating consequence depending on which path it takes. >> we still do not know what the storm is going to do. we know that it is coming to baltimore county. >> the concern that we have about this particular event is the duration of it which would continue through thursday. >> the baltimore county emergency operations center opens sunday. emergency equipment have been inspected. officials will provide resident real time of dates 3 twitter -- real-time updates through twitter. baltimore city emergency planners are gone through a similar checklist. >> to see if there's additional outreach that needs to be done. to make sure everything is lined up. >> gov. martin o'malley has signed an executive order declaring a state of emergency. >> we have to be prepared for flooding in the tidal areas. we have to
cardin, and i approve this message. >> live, local, late-breaking. you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m., with stan stovall and donna hamilton, your forecast with tom tasselmyer, and skyteam 11, covering breaking news were you live. wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. continues now. >> the battle over a bowling alley in baltimore county is getting heated. the issue, the ability to serve alcohol to customers. the community is fighting the owners' desire to obtain a liquor license. >> according to the latest, the attorney says concerns are unfounded. >> a decision has not been made this evening. we are told the board decided to meet with the bowling alley on november 8 to come up with an agreement. there'll be another hearing on november 19 were the board will make the final decision. concerned residents staunchly oppose obtaining a liquor license. it has been regarded by many residents as a magnet for rowdy behavior and crime related incidents for years. it is feared it will adversely affected community by attracting more problems. it is abyob establishment. residents say the parking lot
. the story just ahead. >> you're watching wbal tv 11. live, local, latebreaking. this is 11 news at 6:00 p.m. >> a big night. it is tied one game each. we have live team coverage tonight from new york city. we're going to begin with pete gilbert who has a breakdown of what wn
. we have 36 shelters open statewide. they are operated by local jurisdictions and the state. i want to thank the following businesses who have contributed make sure we can accommodate people comfortably. club, and food lion -- thank you. there are no updates on infrastructure damage. we will monitor that through the night. 75,000 outages so far. the storm is likely to make land fall sooner than we thought. she is picking up speed and intensity. we expect landfall in new jersey between 8:00 and 10:00. it is more like 8:00 p.m. then the storm will make its way across maryland. this is still a violent and dangerous storm. we need to act responsibly to minimize the potential for the loss of life. the storm has taken lives in the caribbean. it is moving back on to land in the united states in our most densely populated areas. stay indoors. we are not trying to scare anyone. we're being honest. this is a very dangerous storm. you need to stay indoors. one incident i want to update you on. some of you go to the clam bake in the summer. on your right as you are walking into the parking lot,
. >> the state police reveal the next best public gave you -- debut of the medivac helicopter. >> live, local, latebreaking. this is 1 1news at 6:00 p.m. -- 11 news at 6:00 p.m. >> 160 games later, getting a chance to enjoy the post-season party. >> it is all learn nothing tonight, beginning the live team coverage outside of the ranger'' ballpark in arlington. >> it is amazing to think of all the different story lines. they have been with the orioles for about two months, joe saunders. if nothing else has made a whole lot of sense. despite the fact that his resonate is on -- his era is 9, but he has had a couple good starts.
before they square off tomorrow night, coming up. >> you are watching wbal-tv 11, live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at 6:00 p.m. >> the agony after the victory, two star ravens out for the season after suffering serious injuries in yesterday's win against dallas. >> lardarius webb and waked -- ray lewis will not be back on the field for the rest of the season. gerry sandusky joins us with the rest of the story. >> the ravens and paper and in the standings look like they are in great shape, but physically, this is a team that is very much hurting. no player has ever help the identity of the ravens more than ray lewis. you will not see him in uniform again this season. his injury came in the same game that ends the season for a lardarius webb with torn knee ligaments. lewis suffered a complete tear of his right triceps muscle. that is the upper arm portion. a medical team took a look that muscle late in the game. the medical report from reagan's the medical report from reagan's camp
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